Drunk LSU fan charged with attacking emergency room workers
BATON ROUGE – A drunk LSU fan was arrested after deputies say he attacked three emergency room employees at Our Lady of the Lake Hospital Saturday night.
According to arrest records, 20-year-old Michael Curry was arrested at 7 p.m. Saturday, just 30 minutes after kickoff for LSU vs Southern Miss.
Hospital employees said that Curry became irate after he was asked for a urine sample. Victims told investigators that Curry punched one employee on the back of her head several times, bruising her scalp. When second employee tried to stop Curry from attacking her coworker, the victim said he shoved her against a wall.
A third employee told deputies that Curry also kicked and punched him inside an E.M.S. unit in the parking lot of the hospital when they arrived.
Arrest records indicate that Curry refused to make a statement at the time of arrest. He was transported to East Baton Rouge Parish Prison and charged with three counts of battery of emergency room personnel.
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